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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 July 1902

REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Kuterttl nt the fottofflet at llerta Ay eu ueonil eke maittnalltr J malll4l1trTHE CITIZEN QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BEREA BANKING CO AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 30th DAY OF JUNE J902 1 Loans and discounts 28 010 20 2 Overdrafts secured 41 Overdrafts unsecured d 1 Duo from National Hanksll OSO S2 A Dim fromStato Bunks nnd BankorH 0 Duo from Trust Com pntiio S 1 OSO 82 7 Banking House mud Lot 8 Other Real Estate II Mortgages I IOU S Bonds 11 Oilier Stocks and Bonds 12 Specie 1170 tr I Currency r 1 7M 00 M Exchange for Clearings 2 920 lie Ifi Other Items carried All Oml h Ml 07 10 Furniture nnd Fixtures 1 F120 J U 17 FundtopayTaxes IS Current Excuses Last Quarter f 210 ill S Give dosription location vnluuand how long owned nil rent wtnte ex opt banking house and lot if sup owned longer than lire years Bills Receivable1 750000 0 rr r4 0 0 a 0 o V tw tI 1 1 l I 1 I i Is1 s1 tnw i 1tie 0 Total 11 1U7 8I > 1 Capital Stock paid in in cash 7 BOO 00 ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 July 1902

THE CITIZEN MAKING GRUINAI S t THE JUVENLE COURT BEARS WIT NESS TO RUMS AWFUL WORK Youthful Primmer Tow often llrlviti li Crime by flin IlrniikiMiiirxx lit Tliolr Parent ilimn Cllril Irwiii llockrt of n ChloiiKw luilKc TitdRO Tutlillls Juvenllo court Is one if riiiinKnH moot typical and uivfnl i tiMiiiniia On Montlny nnil Frtdnv ir irh vcck a motloy crowd flC 111111I vninn jiiul chllilrcn Iolcs Itolitinl it liirinaiia Irish ncRroes Amorl iii and what not tliroiiR the court IIOMI Miminonotl before his holier In I tin inti rest of the youthful llolsuin nnl ftsiini of till city Tills court tilt r < rs Ilcin all olltors In thaI It was arc viiil fur the oxjircss pnrpnso of bclns 11111 to uriilinneil ii nil tlollnquinit chll Iron and right royally 1s It fulllllln its mission Slimy n boy gets his drat taste nf ortUr Justice land kltulncss I v hiii lio ilolTs his nipped cap tminotlia F ilnxvii Ills uiikcuipt linlr anil faces Juilgo 11 Jury tI The caseload iirocenslon of sntl eyes I inluH...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 July 1902

3 THE CITIZEN I I < With till old method of tcxtlng HIP IIIWH wllli tin cliurn flighty little tent I Ing waa dune on tin average III1 hi t farm nod till seven tiny tent wen nlioiit j till only nut1 known of and of COMIHO II 11111I wo took till Hcven bent daya when lh < row was In tier llunli says U W I lull ty In National Stockman What good hII Hint to the practical IIIIIhlltl14 dairy iwui Wlint does Hint enw do the IIlIlIrI MS days In ii few eiues I know of ship tried her boat In get over till effects of Ilif gftvcn iluy test WlMit wo wunt to know In liow nincli duller fut 14 contained In the COWH milk unit how many pounds of milk till cow give In one year not a day or a weak wlmn In Hindi on feed that possi lily costs twice ax much BH the product HJ worth worthTim Tim iiHtlio I use for tenting dairy NWM In not at nil original with inc lint Is used by the foriinoM dairymen of IIt laud and from year of ohervnlloii ii I experlencij I Ctlll conxclcntlon In n intnemlliiK It an pr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 July 1902

LfTHE CITIZEN f COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION II will on Friday July 18 1902 I liJd a competitive examination for I those who desire an appointment to the A it M College of Lexington Iy Five appointments can bo made viz one to the college proper and four I to tho normal department all nor sons between the ages of 14 and 21 nro eligible to appointment to theI college proper preference being giver to those whoso means are limited I The appointment to tho college prop er is good for four years and to the Normal department for one year Ap plicants for appointments to normal department should not bo loss than seventeen years of ago Jo WM WAOERS Supt c rids 1IKST LINIMENT IOU STIIA1NS + Mr F II Wells tho merchant at Doer Park Long Island N Y says I always recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm as tho best liniment for strains I used it last winter for a severe lameness in tho side resulting from n strain and was greatly pleas ed with the quick relief and cure it ef fected For salo by S E WELCH JR REP...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 July 1902

REV JOHN DODWELL An Independent Weekly Editor and IublishcrDevoted THE HOME to of the FARM SCHOOL fittral nl tAr J dNa u + lllre utllIIUIII nt Ilirtn Ay at i ttI 60 CENTS A YEAR c VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 17 1902 Fifty contfl a year NO 4 IDEAS 1 Ho who ulimhH 1100Hi Tliu two mill obeys tho law If yon waul to bo happy null live a long limp forgot tho fiuiltH of others This inn rood limn to destroy weeds Pull thorn up by tho roots if you eaten Inko limn time Storms root tho oak fire tempers stet + l grant epochs inuk history mlvurNlly well horn mako character IVuNTBs Ie Wntann I TAKE NOTICE Dr Burgess will ptonch in tho TnlMinmalii on Sunday nt IIn in Topic Tho Mathematics of Re ligion At 7HO p in thuro will bo a Ktormplicon Lecture Swift and SureFROM FROM THE WIDE WORLD ExPresident Paul Krugor who in in Drtiwoln doolnres ho will never ro turn to South Africa Tho bubonio plague has broken out in Odessa Russia sasaysa report from U S Consul Hoin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 July 1902

onoO A A i iI I THE CITIZEN i it DRY GOODS MILLINERY BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING CARPETS NOTIONS ETC a I Dont Fail i r 4 to iI 11 Visit ELDER STORE DURING THE i w JULY t i 4 costsale U 0 I Everything AT COST FOR 30 DAYS 0 S tO V Elder RICHMOND = KENTUCKY i i 0 j L i trl i I t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON lit THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JULY 20 Test of the Lraaoii Kx xx 1811 Mrmorr Vrmcn lii17 lulilrn Teat Slnlt its lit Cniiiiuriifnry 1rnmr rd It > Ilcv U 31 Strum Copyright 1902 by American Press Asac elation l 12 Honor thy father and thy molhtf that thy days may be long upon tho tan which the Lord thy God Rtveth thee The Ten Coininniitlinenta or hn words as they art huinetlntos called uro Kunimetl up by our lord In Mnrl sit 2031 In these words Hear 0 If rnel the foal our flod la one Lord and thou Shalt love the Lord thy lei with all thy heart nod with all the soul and with all thy mind and with all thy BtretiRth This Is the tlrllt eomnmndmunt and the second Is like namely this Thou ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 July 1902

1 CITIZENFl I 3THE i ALL OVER THE HOUSE ITo To Remove Paint From Glass With out Scratching the Surface If you use any compound contain inj gritty matter you nro npt to scratch the glnss Any hard tool such aa n knife blade might also produce scratches Tho host way to 1 iproceed is to niaktf use of some sol vent depending upon the nature of the paint Turpentine and kero sane used separately or combined can bo employed and you will find the paint becomes soft in a few min utes after application Then use a woolen cloth saturated with the sol woolenvent vent and you will probably find you rill have no trouble in removing tho applyI j time solvent again and if nIMrI use a picco of brass filed to a sharp I edge If a dull stain or shurpI mains upon tho glass where tho specks were use putty powder and water upon a piece of cotton flannel uIIIIII little rubbing will cause tho surface of the glass to have u bril liant appearance appearanceHlnt IHints to Housekeeper Sandwiches to bo oilorcd at ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 July 1902

4THE CITIZEN TO THE TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES 0 F + MADISON COUNTY The Teachers Institute for white I teachers will bo held during the wee beginning Monday July 28 1902 ant for colored teachers during jtbo week beginning Monday Aug 1 Every teacher of a common school including teachers of graded common schools in cities of tho fifth andsixth classes who hold a Slate diploma State certificate or County certificate shall attend the full session of the I iiiKtituto five days not parts of days The law makes it tho duty of the County superintendent to revoke the certificate of auy teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend tho full sea 1 sion of the institute unless tho super 1 intoudout shall bo fully satisfied thai such failuro has been caused by ac I tual sickness or other disability The I teachers certificato can be revoked for failing to attend one day as well as for failing to attend at all None other than legal excuses will be ac cepted Trustees and all interested in I tho cause of ed...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 July 1902

REV JOHN UODWELL Editor and Publisher nfrrrrl uI V Iett ffitt at term Ay nt nt1t141 ero aaa ofIIOl rr inr i T x T THE cITIZEN An Independent Weekly Devoted to the interests of TUB HOME FARM A SCHOOL 60 CKNT8 A YEAR I IVOL IV A Family Paper BtfREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 21 1902 Fifty cent a year NO rI IDEAS I Boron College Ifnll Torin opens September 10 Ar your plans tiiiulu to enter school at Burea Vodnosdny September 101 How about that patch for turnipel You onii hnro ivo bolttr oondlliouH limn wo lOW hero to get Our ground readyChrist Christ told Iutnr to forgive until sivonty Union sovon anil yot tlipro nro BOIIW Christians who would hitro it tuna damned forever for ono sin I TAKE NOTICE Bo euro you road Prof Rogers let her in test es awn It Is good Then if you can furnish such names as ask ed for in the hMlur dtune wild thorn to Mrs Leant Fo Kmhroc Benm On Sntuliiy Dr Durgeea will punch lit tlm TIIrnloltl at 111 111 onTlio Beautiful Life of Chriat Of mid nt 7 SO p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 July 1902

r THE CITIZEN nIRDERS OF DRINK SOME STATISTICS REGARDING CRIM IN THE UNITED STATES latter of Common KnotvlrdKF In11 tear lnlhrr JlalhtMr Ilcrnld Then 1eiv Unnrrcln Knil In Slurdrr AVlin the lrlnolinl Are Sober For several years past the Chlcng Tribune has annually published n ptntcincnt regarding crimes of vlolonci in the Uiiltetl States The method use In gathering those statistics is not un questionably accurate since as we un derstnnd it the report given Is uierel n summary of what the news dls patches bring to the olUce of the Trlb tine In the course of the year How ever says the Father Mathew Herald the figures arc valuable anti probablj approach nearer to authentic stalls tics than any others In existence According to the Tribunes figure there were In the United States durlni d the year 1001 S20 murders caused bj intoxicating drinks The incomplete ness of this statement Is manifest In n moment when It is noticed that the list Includes MHO murders that are re corded ns the outco...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 July 1902

THE CITIZENY WHAT A TAIi IT TKMS If hut mirror of yours shows a wretched Hallow Jbmploxion n Jntiu dlewl look moth patches and blotches on ilio akin ICs livor trouble lint Dr KiiiBH Now Life 1llln rogulnto tho liver purify tho blood give clonr skin rosy oliedkn rich rompluxion Only Jtfio at nil drugstores n eeeeoeeeeeooeoo eeeeoeeeeeooeooF f i ili i < r Black i il ti o 2E 0 i i Rock i1 F t 1F CONNORi 1FIcy RALPH CONNOR iFY lii YdFiFtFiFvFFs FirfrFGiaY oeool + Awl this wvimil BiitnVl nt proof tluil rameUilDR wits wrlousJ wrong fur J went un to nay lies link inurv for slat lecl IwbjriU fur lie wbolf worl llea link wore rO tint Iwliy dan for me Hut aue shrug 1 hr Itt llttkt BHouUlfrw In drpr 0 I IVIIr hIII 11Ih YII iiiiiHt pray tar Win mhl airs Mr and nil will era right 1 It ninilaHM Kb roHM oarueatljr rry IiryererydayIprayslnle > f I ft to m Iw MlMU fur him 1 u most bray to year father In h > < t < u fur him Mi < > ul I Wld tinny Aral Mra Ir sent hr uway bright pi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 July 1902

i < THE CITIZEN REPAIR THAT LOOM j Boroa College has secured a market I for homespun and home woven good t such as bed coverlids linen dres liusoy jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Coverlids T4 to J6 Linen 10 to 5 0 cents a yard Dross Liusoy 50 cent a yard Jeans GQ cents a yard C Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 8a pair White linsey and whito blanket are not in demand only on orders I Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches t wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioner home mado dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should Find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per a son or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham t Berea Ky PRICK FOR SALEAbout OOOO Bust class brick very hard Will sol all or part to suit purchaser Th brick may bo seen on my farm Heal Whites Station Address or call 01 I Goo D White Richmond Ky or set y tutu on the farm ACTS lMMitlIATiiY Colds arc sometim...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 July 1902

I REV JOHN ODWELL Editor and Publisher Kit f rcd nl Iie Porloflce nl llerro by II acenrr It tliW WlIIrrllllltr 4 autnmarferTHE CITIZEN w 1 f An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests 01 + THE nOME 1AUlI K SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR I IIVOL IV A il Family Iapar BEKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 80 1902 Fifty emits a year NO 0 IDEAS 1 Q Tho light of God ouras the hint of goldHuron Huron Collcgo Fall Turin opens September 10 Tint jiilcu of olin goal niravl lOmu n will destroy tllo typhoidbacillus in n gallon of water In lliiw world it IM not wlmt wo ink 0 tip lint what wo give up makes UN rich DmiiKit riuhBuEvuunItwould It would Iw wisoto l > oil tho wntor you use for drlnldnH IVlIIIdnlly woll water tjplioid in around Typhoid IH now generally hold to IKJ duo to n sH > ciflo germ tho typhoid bacillus which ia taken into tho Kyn loin almost always if not invariably hJ swallowing ST Ni Ani DirrioH acv TAKE NOTICE Dr Burgess will preach at tho Tel ormtclo noxl Sunday morni...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 July 1902

THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 3 Text of the Lcun Ex xl 1BH Mimury Vrrnpn 13Goltln Tel I o Cwiiinipntnrr Prepared bj llev U 11 SIr Copyrleht l00 by American Press Asto elation h I 1719 And tho Lord upako unto MomH saying On the tlrst day of tin llrKl mouth shalt thou net up the tuber nude of the tent of the congregation Thus Moses was commanded and thus he did In every particular Just as he was commanded See verso lti and compare tIc sevenfold obedience In verses HI 21 1KJ Itf 7 2S 3 This vholo chapter gives a twofold state meat of the completion and erection of the tabernacle verses 1KJ the Lords command and 17T3 Moses obedience after which the Lord approves and ac cepts tho work About three months utter they left Egypt at Mount Sinai the Lord wild to Moses Let them make Mo n sanctuary that I may dwell among them and the full In structions concerning It and the priest LORI are found In chapters xxv to xxx while the account of the work...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 July 1902

V I I J J THE CITIZEN r JG ER II rI KiiKlnecrliiK NOWM ilim rHnH II rnngo Under tin Invention of a 1rcnclniiiiii primarily inirinUil fur inllltnry two lint which run iilxo III iitiliiil In oiiKliicir lilt rvconnnliwniirc work S Ill coimtrurlloii tin npiinrnttiM con HlHtH Of tVl imnilld tl > lpHPIiH < N like III ontlimry JlolilBlmw lilted with long Ill ugu lenaes iiinl ciiniiiKtiil togt lie r hy two hnrH which HH nrrinnr l 10 tjlIllO 0110 Wlllllll till lltlllT 110 1111 to 111 JllHt lit > pnnillnl IlIut of Night to tin Imllvlihtfll wlilth liitwceu tht eyim of tliu olwirvor Tlio fociiHlng In done III lilt > onllniiry milliner nnil ln > ijijm ratiiH will NTVO all the pnrpo iit of n first rate llfliljclnmi 1At tint ivc eiul of tin tchwopf how iviT tiro two Hinnll pivoted levcra ewli I carrying at IU end n double rvfriullii > i 1IMIIIAU ATTArillU TO HANOI rlXlI1DC r lIULIItIJA i QiiArtz prUun Thiwo prloitw on he hIr tlirjr then IIIITV the effect of pnxliirln two lifMiwuH...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 July 1902

y THE CITIZEN REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen d race liusey jeans blankets etc at follow hug prices pricesConrlids Coverlids f 4 to 6 Linen 40 to fiO rents a yard Dross Linsey 60 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natuinl brown wool or bark dyos JiJ n pair Whito liusey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must Im old fashioned liomomtule dyesI Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Bores College hhould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information appfy in per hoe or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Bores Ky MRICK FOB SALE About 250000 flrc class brick very hard Will sell all or part to mat purchaser Thoj brick may bo seen on my farm near Whites Station Address or call on Gal D White Richmond Kyorsit limn on the CIUIIII ACTS IMMKUIATKIY Colds aro some...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 August 1902

lr REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher fnltTttI ell 1111 lnuIo tC III lJttCtl dr III second eltw mallofMIllr maninaaerTHE CITIZENAn c I An Independent Weekly Devoted to the e Interests of TIlE HOME FARM R SCHOOl 60 CENTS A YEAR I VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 7 1902 Fifty cents n year NO1fl IDEAS Tim dnctrliin of total depravity in not found in tho QoH > ol It is onsitT to recover from n noble fnilum haul from nil ignohlo BUICOSH i Soino sermons witlior in Ilio pulpit bewiiisM they hnvn not been watered with prayer in the study CommoruinliHiu is close kin to sol llnlintHH SolllHlinesH is the root of nil nviL Tlio control of wolf is Chris linn porfiction If pooplo could ho indiiml to bring their hags to the level of their living tho world would bo n good deal llltllr TAKE NOTICE Borcm College Fall Term opens September 10 KondourFiSKOrnitT STtHiKNT on the liiHl pugs mid do 7V > Work Dr Burgess will preach at limo Tab erimcln next Sunday nl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 August 1902

THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 10 Test nf the IenKtiii Ipv z 111 Memory Vrrmi > Mll Juldeii Test I Tinnil v roiniuiiilnr Irrimrr hj Hev n 11 Slrnrn CopyrIght 1S02 by American Press Asso ciation 1 And NoJnb nod Ablhu the sons of Aaron offered strange lire before the LurU which Ho commanded them not The opening chapters of this book tell of the different offerings nil typ Tying our Lords one great offering and of the consecration of the prlesfi the Lord accepting the atonement ot ferlngs by fire supernatural Lev Ix i fJMi Now right lit the heglnnlng ot the ministry of the priesthood we see this sad failure on the part of two 8t Aarons lions Every man nt his beet state apart from God is altogether vanity Ps xxxix C 2 And there went out Ore from the Lord and devoured them and they died before the Lord Thus nt the very beginning of the M priesthood Jehovah made It very plain that He would have a whole hearted r service or none So also a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 August 1902

1 t 1 11 4 r 2 THE CITIZEN ro FOR BETTER ROADS Veir A olntloti Ilirinril to tin pro Amnrlenn I1lulimin llvor Since tfco ntninoblle twain n ftiRlilomiljlo fml the furred hal often Uuuji mmlo that HIP imitlmeiit for good roads would nt UNI IM Klvtii a winning lianilwfty In all Ilftl1a of the country mye thu WnnliliiKtuu Star It wits felt If Hint Hiuo miili force waa iiwcwarjr to omiylnoo nttte lKl latun > N of tin ne iOMtly of IMMIIIR effective Kimd rvmds Inn a and that the InitnennM Itrlilnil thu nutomolillo Industry oath IHM would forward the cnmtMlKii for ugh ends Hut for tome rmiwm UH mmeimnt him in age ll Until hew ItWontly there waa uncanlwNl in New Ybrk Mty tbo AMOVUU ltm l im < ra Of America iinrtw tIM Initiative of HOIliO of Hie furuHioat miloiimhlllKtM of tilt initroiKtll Tho HMOflatfaui III n opntiKHMlo of all tie liitrtvvtM mnepritml lii thu bottwinwit of tin Anirrliitn Illyliwnys the KtiloittoliitllaU the ey litHO tho rot ilrlvetti atul tlio truck ownurs Thin oamtri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 August 1902

1 JjTHE CITIZEN FINE OFFER TO STUDENTS Earn Your Incidental Fees Wo have arranged with tho Colhgo to give n robato of Incidental and Hospital Fees ns a premium for 1I0W subscribers to TilE CITIZHX For 1T Subscribers 37f on foes lit 17iiJJ JJ 23 575 JJ 2iJJ i7r JJ Tho suberibers must be now OIWS persons not now taking THE Cmzr and cash subscribers Go to work at onco mid you t all easily earn your incidental and h08 pilnl fees for Iho fall or winter ton Soul in tits names and nddrosse plainly written as fast as you got them dont wait until you get tho full number but Bend right along Wo will givo you full credit for III names and when you como to out school wo will givn you an order h at you hao done on Treasurer Oi hournGot Got your friends to help you Rt mender THE CITIZEN is 50 cents a coltsC CITIZEN n IT NKKItS A TOMC Thoro are times when your Ihor i needs n tonic Dont give purgr i lives that gripo and weaken DoWitt Littlo Early Risers expel all poise from tho system and act as to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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